It’s time for more of the week’s finest new trance music on LessThan3 as Entranced brings you five tracks from the likes of Cosmic Gate, Arctic Moon, James Dymond, and more.
Arctic Moon – Into The Dusk (Original Mix) [Future Sound Of Egypt]
First up this week is the latest track from Polish producer Arctic Moon who returns to Future Sound Of Egypt with Into The Dusk. A solid piece of uplifting trance at heart, Into The Dusk takes on something of a film score feel in the extended break, complete with spoken word monologue, melancholic piano lines, and orchestral strings. It soon launches right back into euphoric territory though, with a huge lead melody and pounding drop. Grab your copy of Into The Dusk now.
CODE432 – Meya (Original Mix) [Flashover Trance]
German duo CODE432 are total newcomers to the scene, but they’ve certainly made a grand entrance with their debut release Meya. It’s a mix of progressive and big room trance, with smooth melodies and subtle-yet-stompy percussion. The highlight is the clever use of vocal chops in the break, fading in as a synth-like element before morphing into a whispered mantra. There’s also a chillout-esque “break within the break” that is almost reminiscent of Underworld. Meya is out now on Flashover Trance, so grab your copy now and keep your eye out for more from CODE432 in the future.
Cosmic Gate & Emma Hewitt – Going Home (Club Mix) [Wake Your Mind]
Originally appearing in a downtempo guise as part of their 2014 album Start To Feel, Cosmic Gate have hit the studio to give Going Home a fresh lease of life in the shape of an epic club mix. Still reliant on the fantastic vocal performance of Emma Hewitt, the chilled break morphs beautifully into a massive lead synth, before dropping right into mainstage anthem territory. Definitely one to be played nice and loud, the club mix of Going Home is out now on the duo’s own Wake Your Mind label.
D-Mad & Almer – Found (Original Mix) [Lange]
It’s a pan-Asia collaboration next as Russian producer D-Mad teams up with Indonesia’s Almer for their debut collaboration Found. Something of a progressive trance anthem, the track is built around a simple yet catchy hook that grows and evolves as the track develops. With a hint of big room in the drop, Found is more than dancefloor-friendly and should be rocking clubs across the world in the coming weeks. Grab your copy now.
RAM & James Dymond feat. Kim Kiona – End Of Times (Original Mix) [Grotesque]
Rounding things off this week, we go hard and fast with Holland’s RAM and the UK’s James Dymond for their massive collab End Of Times. Featuring some soaring opera-esque vocal efforts from Kim Kiona, this is about as big as it gets. The break is almost apocalyptic in nature, whereas the drop is tough, pounding, and held together by an infectious lead synth. End Of Times definitely needs some pyro to really give it the full effect, so keep and eye out for it over the festival season. In the meantime, it’s out on the recently formed Grotesque Music, so get your own copy now.